How to Compile a Book for the Kindle

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Compiling a book for the Kindle requires you to make some very special considerations when it comes to the format of that book. Compile a book for the Kindle with help from an electronics expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Zach, and today I'm going to explain to you how to compile a book for your Kindle. Now essentially what that means is you have a hard copy of a book and you are interested in having it on your Kindle and not carrying around that big book anymore. This is much smaller, lightweight, and you can access Wi-Fi so seems like a better option. So my favorite book has to be "A Tale of Two Cities." Definitely my favorite book. I have it in hard copy but I rather have it on my Kindle. So instead of me scanning it and making a PDF and putting it into my Kindle it's easier just to buy another copy. They're usually a little bit cheaper in the Kindle store. So I'm going to search for it. Do stores, say "A Tale of Two Cities" in bookstore. There it is. Tap that. And look at that it's free. I don't even have to buy it. All I have to do is click and I've already downloaded it. So I can read now. Now I'm reading "A Tale of Two Cities" on my Kindle device. Thanks to me compiling it. Thanks for watching my name is Zach.


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